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The new dampening technology, together with the SCR, result in vibration levels lower by as much as 30% when travelling and 50% when digging.    Operating efficiency depends on the operator being given an appropriate working environment with controls, displays and switches positioned for convenience.

The EVO cab provides increased safety by improving all round visibility, further aided by a full size right side window and rear-view camera fitted as standard.

A multifunctional monitor enables the operator to see the rear of the machine while monitoring the excavator’s parameters.

The new dampening technology, together with the SCR, result in vibration levels lower by as much as 30% when travelling and 50% when digging.

  • Maximum digging depth 7,170 mm with monoboom: triple articulation is 6,920 mm.
  • Maximum forward reach is 10,350 mm with monoboom and 10,530 mm with triple articulation.
  • Maximum dump height - 7,170 mm with monoboom and, with triple articulation, 8,630 mm.
  • Maximum bucket capacity: 1.31 m³

As with other models in the series, the advances in engine and hydraulic technology have enable the company to extend service intervals to 500 hours, thereby increase machine uptime and lowering costs of ownership.




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